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foreign government. it was unclear whether the paraguayan was acting within or without the state's authority, but he was later deported, so we do not know t answer. here the offense is magnified because the allegation is that in english and a dutch company aided and abetted the nigerian government. that is where the offense to the principle against international friction -- international friction is at its highest. if you want to adopt our position in full, at a minimum we think he should hold that the prisons and applies to foreign keep cases involving aiding and abetting a foreign government. but we do not think he should do that. we respectfully submit the better approach is to apply the presumption as a categorial matter. >> why was there not an aiding and abetting? i think it was pretty clear. he was probably working for the government, which is even worse. i am interested in the justice ginsburg pose a question. just assume we think the second circuit was right, is there any way in which we can use the principle of extraterritoriality to roll in your favor? what we think ther
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